Ignite Your Creativity to Manifest Your Dreams
Writing and Photography Workshop with Denise and Meadow
- Do you have a message that you’ve been yearning to share with the world?
- Do you want to live a more creative life?
- Do you want to spend more time exploring your inner and outer world?
- Do you wish your snapshots had more pizazz?
- Do you want to learn how to make the photos you already have less drab and more fab?
- Do you want to get published?
- Do you enjoy visiting beautiful, historic cities?
- Do you have dreams that are languishing?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s time to ignite your creativity and share your unique spark with the world!!
I want to ignite my inner muse!
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore your creativity in one of our hottest new cities!
During this weekend workshop, do all of the following, and much, much more:
- Go on a guided meditation to meet your muse
- Create a sparkling vision for your future
- Banish your inner critic
- Invite creativity into your life
- Find inspiration in this historic capital city
- Go on an inner journey to step back in time to uncover and discover your life in new ways
- Learn how to transcribe those experiences into the written word in ways that are compelling and unique
- Learn publishing tips
- Learn tips for marketing and promoting your work
- Learn how to write a kickass opening sentence
- Find out which photo-editing apps are worth your time and money
- Discover how to compose beautiful photos that will wow your friends
- Go on a photography scavenger hunt
- Share your work in a supportive, loving group
- Learn how to write from your heart
Join Denise and Meadow Linn to ignite your creativity and share your unique spark with the world. Whether you’re a published author, a frequent journal writer, or someone who only picks up a pen to write thank-you cards, this workshop is for you. With carefully-crafted activities that are fun and sometimes outrageous, you’ll ignite your inner muse to unleash a wellspring of creativity. From wandering through the rose gardens of the Capitol, to touring museums and galleries, to sipping locally roasted coffee and craft beer, at every corner you’ll find inspiration for your photography and your writing. In a safe, loving, and supportive environment you’ll be encouraged to share your words and your photos. You’ll learn foolproof strategies to captivate your audience with your first sentence and how to wow with your gorgeous pictures.
In addition to honing your writing, you’ll view the world in new ways through the lens of your camera (point-and-shoot, dslr, or iPhone). No experience necessary. Only through seeing in new ways, will you expand your world. You’ll learn how to not only see things differently, but also how to experience your surroundings from multiple perspectives. Taking photographs informs your writing. And, writing informs your photography. In this workshop you’ll learn the rules of photography and you’ll learn when and how to break them. In addition to learning how to compose a photograph and how to get the most out of your device, you’ll also learn which photo-editing apps are best and how to use them to make incredible images.
At the completion of this weekend retreat, you’ll have a content you can use to start a blog, write a magazine article, or use as the basis for your next book or presentation. And, you’ll go home with strategies for using social media to share your work.
No experience necessary. You do not need to be a writer or a photographer to participate in this workshop. The focus of the weekend is igniting creativity to live a richer and more colorful life. We’re using photography and writing as mediums for creative expression in this workshop, but you can live creatively in a myriad of different ways. In this workshop you will gain tools to to tap into your hidden potential to manifest your dreams.
I really can’t explain in words how much this weekend meant to me. Especially spiritually! I felt like I was in a cave and now I’ve moved out into the sunshine. It is amazing at how much I’ve accomplished since I got back. I feel like the inspirational floodgates are wide open!! Your workshop was the key!
I’ve been to dozens of writing workshops over the years. Hands down the best was with Meadow and Denise. They introduced tools & prompts that have transformed my relationship with my writing and made the process more enjoyable and exciting. I highly recommend this workshop. It’s worth traveling to attend. Additionally, I haven’t had so much fun taking pictures or editing in forever. Thanks for helping reignite this love of mine.
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Ignite Your Creativity was so fun and educational! Denise and Meadow are excellent teachers, who makes things easy to understand and truly help to unleash the creative genie that resides in all of us. I had so much fun during the workshop, meeting wonderful people,
and learning new skills in photography and creative writing. I am able to use what I have learned in business, and in my personal life. What a gift….to unleash my creative genie!!
This workshop really moved things creatively for me. I’ve started working on my next book with a completely different feeling. My “Genie” has been full of ideas and feeling very inspired.
More about the Class
Denise Linn: Denise has taught seminars in 25 countries and has written 19 books, including the best-selling, “Sacred Space,” and “Soul Coaching” as well as her personal memoir, “If I Can Forgive, So Can You!” Her books have been translated into 29 languages, and she has been a featured guest on Oprah, Lifetime, Discovery Channel, BBC TV, NBC and CBS. She is the founder of Interior Alignment® and Soul Coaching®. Denise’s workshops are comfortable, enjoyable, and embracing. You will leave with skills to activate even more authenticity and joy in your life.
Meadow Linn: In addition to co-authoring two of her own Hay House books (translated into five languages), Meadow has edited 15 non-fiction books for major publishing houses. Meadow took many of the photographs in The Mystic Cookbook. She is a regular contributor to HealYourLife.com, Australia’s Nature & Health Magazine, and Soul Spring blog. Meadow’s food/photography blog and bi-monthly column in a Seattle newspaper are hugely popular. As a former schoolteacher, Meadow has taught writing to hundreds of students. She passionately loves grammar and finds playing with sentence structure to be ridiculously fun. Meadow’s photographs have won awards at both the state and national level. In college Meadow was a staff photographer for the school newspaper and Sports Information (a type of associated press).
Tsakopoulos Library Galleria
828 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Spend an unforgettable weekend in Sacramento, the nation’s “Farm to Fork Capital” and the location of the much-acclaimed Oscar-nominated film, Lady Bird [click here to read more]. Walk the tree-lined streets (Sacramento’s nickname is The City of Trees), visit art galleries, and feel the sun on your cheeks as you explore California’s rich Gold Rush history in Old Sacramento. From taco trucks and locally roasted coffee to high-end 5-course farm-to-table dining adventures, experience some of the nation’s best and freshest cuisine. [click here for more info].
August 17-18, 2019
9 AM – 5 PM Saturday and Sunday (with a break for lunch)
What’s Not Included:
We recommend you fly into Sacramento airport. If you’re not renting a car, no worries! There are a number of restaurants and accommodation options at various price points within walking distance of the Library Galleria where we’ll be meeting. If you decide to rent a car, there are a number of areas you may want to explore before or after the workshop, including Nevada City, Auburn, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, the Napa Valley, and the Pacific Ocean. Contact me for more information.
What to Bring:
- Camera or smartphone (helpful if you can connect your camera to your computer for photo editing)
- A means for accessing the Internet
- Willingness to have fun, experiment, and participate
There are a number of lodging options within walking distance of the meeting room:
Sutter House Best Western (Very close to where we’re meeting.)
Sacramento Hostel (Beautiful old Victorian home)
Sheraton Grand (In the restored Public Market Building.)
Holiday Inn Downtown-Arena (near Old Sacramento)
Delta King (This is a bit farther, but it’s a fun place to stay. It’s a converted river boat in Old Sacramento on the river.)
There are also assorted bed and breakfasts and vacation rental options available in the area
I want to ignite my creativity and manifest my dreams!
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The payment is refundable until August 2, 2019 — minus a processing fee of $50. Unfortunately, after that we are unable to refund your payment. However, it may be applied toward a future event (with some restrictions).